November 24, 2016 at 3:18 pm #10871
Let’s start a list of things we’re thankful for.
I’m thankful for you. 🙂 That you love Andrew’s books and that we can love them together. That although we are scattered all over the world, we can connect and enjoy getting to know each other. That we can have fun together. 🙂 And I’m grateful that Andrew wrote the Wingfeather Saga (me included! So kind of him!) and pulled me into this world to help him and love you.
I’m thankful for professor Sidler and our families and friends, and for bright sunshine and bean brew and roasted vegetables and crunchy dry leaves and a day full of people i love.
What are you thankful for today?
November 24, 2016 at 6:09 pm #10877
I’m thankful that my family had a safe and wonderful trip!
November 24, 2016 at 6:24 pm #10879
I’m thankful that my sister’s kids and my kids love each other!
November 24, 2016 at 7:57 pm #10880
I’m thankful for the unusually cool weather over here on the other side of the Dark Sea. I’m actually able to pretend that its November over here! Well, just at night, when it gets down into the sixties. It’s still in the nineties during the day. I have to use photoshop if I ever want snow over here.
November 24, 2016 at 9:44 pm #10882
I am thankful for The Wingfeather Saga and my other favorite fantasy books that allow me to journey to other worlds like Aerwiar, and Narnia, and Middle Earth, or maybe journey to other places in this world like Henry, Kansas or Tombstone, Arizona. Though a magical cupboard would be useful.
I am also thankful for my family (including pets) and friends.
November 24, 2016 at 11:38 pm #10883
i too am thankful for the wingfeather saga too
im thankful for these wonderful boards.
im thankful for other fantasy stories oout there and books
im thankful for music
im thankful for the way leaves look gold or shiny this time of year.
im thankfl for what Jesus has done. it still surprises me.
November 28, 2016 at 11:35 am #10907
These are such wonderful things! Family—how good and pleasant. I agree, magical cupboards would be all kinds of handy. They might even work as snow-delivery systems. 😉
im thankful for what Jesus has done. it still surprises me.
November 30, 2016 at 12:39 pm #10959
I’m thankful that I had such a good Thanksgiving with some of my family and such good food (we had chocolate mousse, which I’ve eaten only once before.
I’m thankful that I finally got saved in 2015!
I’m thankful for my little sister, who is close enough in age that we can talk and share things.
I’m thankful for my dad, who does a lot to raise us both himself.
I’m thankful for the years of love my mother gave us (she’s in Heaven now) and how she taught me about Christianity, something I would otherwise be unlikely to get.
I’m thankful for the school/program thing I attend, and that I get to homeschool in the morning and then learn about creative writing in the afternoon.
I’m thankful that I live in the time I do, because even though things are getting worse politically, we have air conditioning and internet and phones and cars and better medicine, and in general are a lot more comfortable.
In addition to the above, I’m thankful that I live in a country that has access to all of those things, as well as religious freedom.
And of course I’m thankful for the Wingfeather Saga and all the lessons and inspiration that I take from it – and this amazing community!
December 2, 2016 at 11:18 am #10983
What a good list! I’m so glad you’re saved now, too! And I’m sorry about your mom. How wonderful that she was able to help you come to faith.
November 30, 2016 at 1:35 pm #10961
I’m thankful that the people who started our country did not give up even through terrible hardships.
I’m thankful for my mom who patiently homeschools me and my siblings.
I’m thankful for my dad who works diligently to provide for us.
I’m thankful for The Wingfeather Saga and other books which transport us to different worlds. (even in if in our imagination)
November 30, 2016 at 7:16 pm #10962
Oh, but it’s not just imagination. The Wingfeather Saga is a window into a world that is perhaps even more real than our own.